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June 23rd 2013

In DAILY NEWS ARCHIVE on June 23, 2013 at 3:37 AM

NSA FILES

Snowden Leaves Hong Kong on Commercial Flight to MoscowSCMP

WikiLeaks Statement On Edward Snowden’s Exit From Hong Kong

Snowden Has No Russian Visa, Will Wait for Flight to Havana in Transit Area at SheremetyevoInterfax

Snowden is Likely to Proceed Through Moscow to Cuba – Interfax Source

Snowden’s Final Destination is Venezuela – Interfax Source

Snowden Flying from Havana to Venezuela Capital Caracas – Itar-Tass Source

Washington Owes World Explanations Over Troubling Spying AccusationsXinhua

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FACEBOOK

Anger Mounts After Facebook’s “Shadow Profiles” Leak in BugViolet Blue Via ZDNet

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CARBON TAX

The Carbon Tax is a CrimePiers Akerman Via DailyTelegraph

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IRAN

Ban on Iran Media Gross Violation of Free Speech: Survey – PressTV

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PAKISTAN

Gunmen Kill Nine Foreign Tourists and Their Guide in Northern PakistanReuters

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June 22nd 2013

In DAILY NEWS ARCHIVE on June 23, 2013 at 3:26 AM

NSA FILES

Glenn GreenwaldOn the Espionage Act Charges Against Edward SnowdenGuardian

Hong Kong Says It Will Not Turn Over Snowden If It Determines That U.S. Charges Are Political – CCTV

Edward Snowden “In Safe Place” in Hong Kong, But Time Running OutSCMP

Snowden Reveals More Details of US Cyberspying on ChinaSCMP

US Hacks Chinese Mobile Phone Companies, Steals SMS DataSCMP

NSA Targeted China’s Tsinghua University in Extensive Hacking AttacksSCMP

US Hacked Pacnet, Asia Pacific Fibre-Optic Network Operator, in 2009SCMP

The Surveillance-Marketing Complex, Coming Soon to a Computer Near YouKevin Drum Via MotherJones

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WIKILEAKS

Statement by Julian Assange after One Year in Ecuadorian Embassy

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SYRIA

In Turnabout, Syria Rebels Get Libyan WeaponsNYTimes

US Now Has 900 Troops in Jordan, PM SaysPressTV

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Erdogan: Turkey and Brazil Protests Part of Same Foreign-Led Conspiracy to Destabilize GovernmentsAP

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